Project 2.02: Concrete Systems for a 100-Year Design Life

Concrete Systems for a 100-Year Design Life

Project 2.2

Project Summary

The overall objective is to develop a suite of highly durable concrete systems suitable for a range of transportation infrastructure applications, given the range of constituent availability (e.g. appropriate aggregates, supplementary cementitious materials), conventions for structural details, and typical New England exposure conditions ranging from coastal to mountains, that are suitable for 100-year design life structures.

Principal Investigator

Dr. Eric N. Landis PE


University of Maine

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Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology, University Transportation Centers Program, Department of Transportation, University of Maine, Maine Department of Transportation

Implementation of Research Outcomes:

This project is in its initial research phase. Implementation of Research
outcomes will be reported upon completion of initial research.

Impacts and Benefits of Implementation:

This project is in its initial research phase. Impacts and benefits of the
research will be reported after the implementation phase.

Printable Project Information Sheet

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